DDC visits Trehgam, Vilgam, Ramhall blocks of Kupwara, takes stock of public grievances*
*DDC visits Trehgam, Vilgam, Ramhall blocks of Kupwara, takes stock of public grievances*
*_Chairs public darbar at HSS Ramhall_*
KUPWARA, FEBRUARY 04: District Development Commissioner (DDC), Kupwara, Imam Din today visited various blocks of the district, inspected government offices and chaired public delegations. He was accompanied by Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Bashir Ahmad Bhat; ACD and CMO Kupwara.
At Villgam, the DDC visited Primary Health Centre, inspected ongoing COVID vaccination process, RNTCP Dot Centre and X Ray section. It was informed that COVID vaccination process has started today in the PHC and 29 health workers have been vaccinated till 12:30PM. The DDC also took stock of old PHC building which had damaged in fire in the past and assured its renovation.
The DDC chaired a public darbar at Higher Secondary School Ramhall in which officers, PRIs and large number of people participated.
On the occasion, the DDC was apprised about the developmental issues including erractic power supply, damaged transformers in several villages, maintenance of inner roads, issuance of Ration Cards to new households and completion of tehsil office building.
While addressing the public darbar, the DDC said that the objective of today’s visit was to inspect the offices for resolution of public grievances. He added that the primary focus of the government is to make the health and education system vibrant which are the basic contributors in building a sustainable nation. He said that the district has a registered load of 80 MW power supply but the peak demand goes beyond 220 MW which gives a difficult time to the Power department to mitigate the issue. The Deputy Commissioner urged the people for judicious use of electricity to ensure its smooth supply.
The DDC heard the grievances of the public patiently and issued on spot directions to the concerned officers for their timely resolution.
Earlier, the DDC paid a surprise visit to several government offices including BDO office Trehgam, R&B, Agriculture and ZEO Office. He inspected the attendance of the staff working in these offices and directed the concerned officers for timebound resolution of genuine public grievances.
During the visit, the Deputy Commissioner also inspected the Kralpora bridge at which 03 persons lost their lives recently in a tragic car accident and directed for immediate installation of safety walls around the bridge.